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Any firm that is engaged in performing subsurface utility engineering services may become a Regular Member by making written application to the President accompanied by payment of one year's dues. "Engaged in performing subsurface utility engineering services" means any private, for-profit organization where one of its purposes is managing certain risks associated with utility mapping at appropriate quality levels, utility coordination, utility relocation design and coordination, utility condition assessment, communication of utility data to concerned parties, utility relocation cost estimates, implementation of utility accommodation policies and utility design. A representative of a Regular Member shall have one vote on matters before the Corporation and may serve on the Board of Directors.
Any firm engaged in the manufacturing and/or supplying of subsurface utility engineering equipment, supplies, hardware, software or services that support but is not engaged in performing subsurface utility engineering services may become an Associate Member by making written application to the President accompanied by payment of one year's dues. An Associate Member shall not have voting rights and may not serve on the Board of Directors.
Any government agency, university or other institution of higher learning, non-profit organization or other entity that does not meet the criteria as a Regular Member Firm or Associate Member Firm or is not engaged in but with an interest in the subsurface utility engineering field may become an Affiliate Member by making written application to the President accompanied by payment of one year's dues. An Affiliate Member shall not have voting rights and may not serve on the Board of Directors.
A Sustaining Member is a Regular, Associate or Affiliate Member firm, agency or organization that demonstrates a higher level of support and commitment to SUEA. The SUE Board of Directors will soon announce a Sustaining Member benefits package that will include special forms of recognition and appreciation
Any individual who would not otherwise qualify for membership under sections 1 - 3 is not affiliated with any firm or organization that would qualify for membership under sections 1- 3, has no employees, is engaged in consulting in or to the subsurface utility engineering profession, and provides a consulting service of interest to the subsurface utility engineering profession may become an independent consultant member by making written application to the President accompanied by payment of one year's dues. An Independent Consultant Member shall have the same rights and privileges as associate members.

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